The smartphone era has vaulted the importance of phone calls as high-value, high-intent lead sources for business – an opportunity termed “call commerce.”
Just ask Facebook, Google, and other tech giants that continue to put voice calls at the center of their consumer experiences and revenue models. At BIA/Kelsey, we estimate click-to-call influences more than $1 trillion in U.S. consumer spending.
Learn about all the factors converging to create a tremendous opportunity for marketers. This report covers where call commerce is today, where it’s going tomorrow, and what you need to start doing and thinking yesterday.
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The mobile formats that launch voice calls to businesses are broadening. This affects and informs anyone driving and tracking high-intent phone leads to businesses, especially in high-value call-centric verticals like autos and financial services.
Who Should Read Report
- CMOs and marketing executives
- Search marketing and ad agencies
- Local advertising resellers
- AdTech or MarTech companies
- National advertisers and brands that compete in local markets
- Any organization that receives new business leads or customer service queries by phone
- Any organization that has large-scale telesales operations
- Providers of call center software platforms
- Providers of enterprise software, such as CRM or marketing automation
- Journalists, analysts or investors tracking tech, media and advertising evolution
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